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Its Mitosis Time, Cmon! Sing along by Annette M. Parrott
Its Mitosis Time! Cmon!
The Cell Cycles goin on right now In all your cells and youre gonna find out how...
After Interphase, when the cell has grown again synthesis is done and mitosis begins
Its Mitosis! Reproduction and its time to divide
Its Mitosis! only in (2n) diploid cells 2 clones side by side
Prophase: nucleus disappears centrioles migrate chromosomes appear
Metaphase: Anaphase: Telophase:
theyre two! Yahoo! =
Its mitosis time! Cmon!
Now well see how much youve learned so raise your hand and wait your turn...
Prophase? Metaphase? Anaphase? Telophase?
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Part II Plant and animal cell mitosis Observe the following samples of cells in various stages on mitosis in plants and animals.
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